FOROYAA Newspaper (Serrekunda)

18 January 2013

Gambia: Cataract Patient Seeks Help for Treatment

Baba Galleh Keita, a 55-year-old man, a firewood vendor and a resident of Nemakunku Village under the jurisdiction of Western Region, has been suffering from cataract since last year and both his eyes were affected.

He has both young and grown up children; unfortunately the grownup ones are not residing with him and this illness has prevented him from continuing his job thereby compelling him to now depend on begging which he detest continuing.

Baba Galleh Keita also said one of his neighbours helped him with some money which he used to pay for the operation on one of his eyes.

Mr. Keita is appealing to any kind person who could help to enable him get the other eye cured so that he could continue working and supporting his family, and rescue him from this predicament. The cost of the treatment is D3000 (three thousand only).

Anybody wishing to help Mr. Keita can reach him on Tel No: +2207774976

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